4 Women-Hosted Podcasts

4 Women-Hosted Podcasts

Happy International Women’s Day! Also, this month is #trypod month. That means we’re encouraging you to recommend your favorite podcast to a friend. If they don’t know how to access podcasts, offer to show them. To celebrate both, we’re recommending some of our...
The Gateway Tree

The Gateway Tree

In the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia, where I grew up, needle-leafed evergreens grew so thick they became invisible, in the way that abundant things do. In my memory, they grow in walls along highways, homogeneous, never-ending. Roads curved or straightened and either...
You’ve Asked Us To Tell More Stories

You’ve Asked Us To Tell More Stories

One of the greatest compliments our show has received is listener requests for more episodes. So now, instead of coming to you just once a month, we’re going to release episodes every few weeks. At the very end of every episode, we’ll let you know when to expect the...
So You Weren’t Born Wearing Crampons?

So You Weren’t Born Wearing Crampons?

Do you ever wonder if outdoor adventure types have different DNA than you or me? You know, the people who summit mountain peaks (plural), take 30 mile bike rides before breakfast, go on weeks-long backpacking treks or rafting trips, people who own specialized Spandex...
Amid Our Differences, Nature Unifies Us

Amid Our Differences, Nature Unifies Us

Editor’s note: Here’s the first of what we hope will be many guest contributions to the HumaNature blog. (Have an idea for a post? Get in touch!) Susan Anderson, from Evanston, WY, offers encouraging thoughts fitting for the conclusion of an especially acrimonious...